Baruch or Benedict: On Some Jewish Aspects of Spinoza's

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Everything had its proper place between the center of the earth and the outermost heaven of fixed stars. 3. The Heterodox are Jain, Buddhist and materialist ( Cārvāka). Deeply cognizant of the quandaries of attempting to articulate a Jewish identity in an open and non-Jewish secular society, Wolfson believed and taught that the necessary condition of any religious or cultural position was knowledge: the blurred meaning of the present could be focused only by a fastidious consciousness of the past.

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Publisher: Peter Lang; 1st edition (November 1, 1989)

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